that it undermines the effectiveness of the apology. here's rush on that point, take a listen. >> obama doesn't help this along by apologizing left and right, over and over. victor davis hanson points out in national review, look, an apology maybe one time if done right in the right place, the right time and the right tone and tenor might have an impact, but when you just do it again and again and again, all you eventually say about yourself is that you're a weakling joke. and that's what obama's doing. i think it's just absurd. megyn: any truth to that? >> well, this is coming from a man who wants this president to fail, so i'm not surprised at this remark. >> oh, leslie. >> you know, i don't agree with that. and, lars, you know, seriously, i'm not blaming bush, and i didn't blame bush, and i don't like when this administration blames bush, and i've said that with you right here. what i'm asking -- yes, but how come you did not invoke his name in anger and call him out if you felt it was wrong?